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Call Nigerian mobiles from 9p/minute! more

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Lyca TV is offering Trumpet readers an exclusive discount of £10 on 12-month subscriptions to its TV package. Its annual subscription which costs £99 is now available at £89 by quoting the discount code: TRUMPET. more

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Celebrate this season with Lebara more

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Lycamobile, the largest global provider of low-cost international mobile calls, has rewarded the 24 loyal customers who won prizes in the final two rounds of its 2nd Annual Festive Prize Draw. more

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Lomo Mobile - a new Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) was launched in London recently. more

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Lomo Mobile announces that it will offer users local rate roaming services between the UK and Nigeria. more

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Lebara is offering 500 minutes at £20 on its Nigeria Country Pass. more

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Trying to find an easy way to call home was becoming harder than finding a bird bath in January that wasn’t frozen! I saw a sign for Boss Revolution. You simply call an access number from your landline or mobile and it automatically recognises your more

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Lebara, one of Europe’s leading mobile telecoms operators for foreign nationals, was awarded ‘Best Mobile Virtual Network Operator’ at the Mobile News Awards 2013 at the Hilton Park Lane in London recently. This is the fourth consecutive year that more

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Lebara - one of Europe’s leading mobile telecoms operators for foreign nationals has launched a new mobile site (M-Site) for customers in the UK. more

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Low cost Smartphones, fast mobile Internet and easy to use apps have made it very convenient for Africans to keep in touch with their loved ones across the globe. Rebtel, one of the world’s largest VoIP companies has developed free apps that work on more

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